Tariq is well-known in the financial markets for applying securitisation technology to operating assets to create long-dated funding structures or as a means of acquisition finance. Since 2004, he has run a family-owned private equity firm, Morningstar Capital, which acquired the once venerable Compañía de Filipinas (Spain) to create CdF International Group (Netherlands). As Chairman, he helped grow the business significantly before it was acquired by Hail & Cotton (USA) where he remains a Board Director. Previously, he was Head of Securitisation and Asset Finance at Nomura (London), Global Head of Securitisation at ABN AMRO (London), and Managing Director at S&P (New York). Tariq served as a Non-Executive Director of Majid Al Futtaim Properties (Dubai) and was Chairman of the Audit Committee. Tariq trained as a lawyer and briefly practised law at a major New York law firm. He is a graduate of the Harvard Law School where he is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council, and received an MBA from New York University.
Remy Klammers has spent his entire career in leading investment banks, pioneering Structured Products and Trading Risk across the globe. After starting
his career with BNP Paribas, he moved to Goldman Sachs where he became a Partner at the age of 34 while leading trading operations in Japan and London.
He joined Lehman Brothers Tokyo, and then moved to Singapore to take up role as Global Head of FICC for Standard Chartered Bank Plc where he was responsible
for significant revenue generation. In 2009, Remy was awarded the Distinguished Financial Industry Certified Professional certification in Financial
Markets (now renamed IBF Distinguished Fellow) by the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore (IBF). Remy holds an MSc in Electrical Engineering
from Imperial College in London and an Engineering Degree from Ecole Superieure d’Electricite (Supelec) in France.
Kim Rosenkilde is a seasoned finance industry executive, having operated in all major jurisdictions with significant management, revenue and regulatory oversight. Kim started his career on the fixed income trading floor of Copenhagen Stock exchange, before moving to London with Danske Bank. A long tenure at Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch in senior trading positions led to a Head of Markets functions with ABN AMRO in London and New York, before being appointed Country Manager of Japan, resulting in a turnaround that won the branch the coveted award “Country of the Year”. ICAP Plc. took Kim to Singapore, initially as CEO for Asia, and subsequently Chairman of the joint venture between CFETS and ICAP Plc. in China. Kim is an Alumnus of London Business School and Harvard Business School.
Chief Financial Officer
A seasoned Finance Director & C-Suite Executive with over 15 years of extensive global experience in defining and leading financial strategies for multi-million dollar organisations ;often involving M&A and Transitional Management. Possessing proven financial analysis and operations acuity, along with deep knowledge of financial markets and technology-driven trading solutions.Paul develops robust financial systems to effectively enhance reporting, budgeting, and strategic planning in order to optimise company value, maximise cash flow, minimise costs and mitigate risks. Accomplished in structuring commercially viable partnerships and negotiating transactions and influencing key stakeholders, Paul comes with documented evidence of improving operations, impacting business growth and maximising profits through contributions in financial management and operational improvements. Consistently striving to align enterprise needs to deliver to critical stakeholders, Paul comes with a strong history of assembling, training and leading large global teams. Paul was CFO in ICAP Plc where he managed the APAC finance function for 26 legal entities across 8 countries. Prior to that, Paul worked over 10 years in accounting and management functions for various organizations globally.